Definition of funding. Meaning of funding. Synonyms of funding
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Definition of funding
FundingFund Fund, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Funded; p. pr. & vb. n.
1. To provide and appropriate a fund or permanent revenue for
the payment of the interest of; to make permanent
provision of resources (as by a pledge of revenue from
customs) for discharging the interest of or principal of;
as, to fund government notes.
2. To place in a fund, as money.
3. To put into the form of bonds or stocks bearing regular
interest; as, to fund the floating debt. FundingFunding Fund"ing, a.
1. Providing a fund for the payment of the interest or
principal of a debt.
2. Investing in the public funds.
Funding system, a system or scheme of finance or revenue by
which provision is made for paying the interest or
principal of a public debt.
Meaning of funding from wikipedia
is the act of providing resources
in form of money
(financing ), investment
as 'soft funding' or 'crowdfunding '.
- the typical venture capital investment occurs after
the seed funding round
as the first round
of institutional capital
to fund growth
by the general public
and is generally funded
sources, such as taxes. some $162 million
cuts to libraries
- corporate finance
is the area of finance dealing
with the sources
and the capital structure
and the actions
- research funding
is a term generally covering
for scientific research
, in the areas
of both 'hard' science
, by requesting donations
from individuals, businesses, charitable
foundations, or governmental agencies
(see also crowd funding
- the rental
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, budget group
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campaigns, and keeping government
from funding partisan speech
that some citizens
may find odious
- big lottery
fund (also known
as big) is a non-departmental public
as part of the application process
for funding, big
- 'public purse' redirects
here. for the term used in relation
to the british
monarchy, see privy purse
. in national income accounting